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Mayor Keneipp Statement - Shelter In Place - March 20, 2020
The State of Illinois is now under a “Stay at Home” order effective at 5 PM March 21,... [more...]
Covid-19 Information - March 16, 2020
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Statement From Mayor Keneipp: - March 16, 2020
A lot has happened in the past few days that will change how we conduct ourselves in the next sev... [more...]
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information - March 16, 2020
To ensure the health and safety of our staff and residents, the Village Clerks Office will be clo... [more...]
Recycling Announcement - January 25, 2019
The Village of Minier is excited to announce to area residents our new recycling provider! Republ... [more...]
Solicitor Permits - November 02, 2018
Any door to door solicitor should have a permit from the Village Office. All valid solicitor perm... [more...]
Minier Police Department
Chief Daryl Weseloh
Minier Police Department
Address: 110 W. Central/PO Box 350 Minier, IL 61759
Office: 309-392-2442, ex. 6
Minier Police Taking Up a Collection
Chief Daryl Weseloh of the Minier Police Department announced that the police department will be collecting various items to be repurposed, recycled, or dismantled. Unwanted, used eyeglasses for the needy in developing nations. These eyeglasses will be forwarded on to the Hopedale Lions Club. The Lions Club International has been doing this for over 80 years. All types of eyeglasses and sunglasses, prescription and non-prescription, are acceptable.
Unwanted cell phones will be collected and forwarded to the Center for Prevention of Abuse in Peoria. Domestic crisis victims will be given usable phones to call 9-1-1 in case of emergency. Those that are not usable will be recycled.
Worn out American flags will be collected and properly disposed of the by the local Boy Scout Troop.
Plastic bottle caps will be collected and forwarded to the Olympia West PTO for their recycling project to build another park bench and help teach students the importance of preserving natural resources.
Unwanted and expired medications will be collected and disposed of through the Drug Enforcement Administration National Take Back program to reduce access to medications and consequently reduce drug abuse.
Aluminum cans and used/empty ink cartridges will be collected for recycling.
Old and unwanted ammunition will be collected for safe, proper disposal.
These items can be dropped off at the Minier Police Department.
Crime Stoppers: http://www.peoriapd.com/crimestop.htm
FBI Most Wanted http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant.htm
Federal Prisoner Locater: http://www.bop.gov/
Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) Download App http://www.isp.state.il.us/docs/foidcardapp6-181rev0204.pdf
Illinois Department of Corrections online records http://www.idoc.state.il.us/subsections/search/default.asp
Illinois State Statutes: http://www.ilga.gov/
Illinois Registered Sex Offenders http://www.isp.state.il.us/sor/
McLean County Circuit Clerk on-line records: http://www.mclean.gov/CircuitClerk/PA_Main.htm
Missing Children http://www.tazewell.com/Sheriff/Missing_Children.html
Other agencies on-line:
East Peoria Police: http://www.eastpeoriapolice.com/
Illinois State Police: http://www.isp.state.il.us
McLean County Sheriff: http://www.mclean.gov/sheriff/
Peoria Police Department: http://www.peoriapd.com/
Tazewell County Sheriff’s Department: http://www.tazewell.com/Sheriff/TCSD.html